MildMannered Industries announces Baseline 1.1 with graphical TreeMaps

March 2, 2008 in Software (E)


London, UK - March 3, 2008 - MildMannered Industries has announced that Baseline 1.1 for Mac OS X is now shipping. Baseline is a disk sizing application that features super fast disk scanning, and allows users to see how much each folder or file has grown or shrunk by, as well as its absolute size, making it much easier to see where their disk space has gone.

Baseline 1.1 adds a graphical TreeMap view, allowing users to see how their disk usage has changed at a glance.

"A TreeMap view has been one of our most requested features" said Martin Redington, founder of MildMannered Industries. "Unlike other disk sizing applications, Baseline's TreeMap's are coloured according to whether files have grown bigger or smaller since the selected baseline."

"Together with the existing directory tree and browser views, Baseline lets you view your disk in whatever way is most comfortable for you."

Baseline features:
* Superfast Disk Scanning.
* Compare Disks against saved Baselines.
* Directory tree, browser, or TreeMap views.
* View only the items that have changed.
* Delete, Compress, or Archive items from within Baseline.
* Detects system and package installed files and warns before removing them.
* Leopard Ready

System Requirements:
Baseline requires Mac OS X Tiger or Leopard.

Pricing and Availability:
Baseline licenses cover personal use on an unlimited number of computers, or business use on a single computer. Licenses are priced at $20. A free fully functional 14 day demo is available for download. After the 14 day trial period is over, Baseline will not display comparisons against previously saved scans, but all other functionality will remain intact.

MildMannered Industries Limited, is an independent software vendor and consulting firm founded in 2005, and based in London, England.


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